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Hyperledger Labs - 2018 Q4 Update

Total Labs: 13

Overall Health

The labs are doing well.

We have attracted many new contributions, many of the existing labs see a lot of continued activity. Two contributions have left the labs and have been welcomed as as a single project under incubation in Hyperledger, in the form of Hyperledger Ursa.

Contributions to the labs continue to flow in not only from people associated with the larger projects, but also from newer participants.

We have had some discussions about formalizing the role of the lab sponsor and came up with consensus around language to be added to the charter. There is an ongoing debate around the eligibility of LF staff to sponsor projects.

We are also exploring the different metrics around commits and their frequency to surface the community health of the labs in general and individual labs in particular. We are open to suggestions on how to improve the labs on-boarding, especially from contributors who have gone through the acceptance process.

Activity Since Last Report

New Labs Since Last Report

Lab Name Description Created PRs merged Last Commit
fabric-chrome-extension This is a Fabric Chrome extension paired with a Javascript API. Users should be able to use the Chrome Extension to authenticate to a Fabric network. Jun 7, 2018 12 Aug 29, 2018
z-mix z-mix will offer a generic way to create Zero-Knowledge proofs, proving statements about multiple cryptographic building blocks, containing signatures, commitments, and verifiable encryption. z-mix facilitates. Jun 18, 2018 16 Nov 8, 2018
minbft Implementation of MinBFT consensus protocol. Jul 31, 2018 15 Nov 28, 2018
fabric-docs-cn A lab to translate the Fabric documentation to Chinese Aug 3, 2018 45 Nov 19, 2018
milk-donor This lab hold the code base for a blockchain build focused on solving market problems identified in the donor milk ecosystem. Aug 3, 2018 1 Oct 1, 2018
fabric-secure-chaincode This lab enables Secure Chaincode Execution using Intel SGX for Hyperledger Fabric. Aug 27, 2018 4 Sep 7, 2018
hyperledger-community-management-tools Tools used to manage and evaluate the Hyperledger Community. Sep 19, 2018 2 Nov 10, 2018
fabric-vms-provision This entry will provide an example on how to provision, using Ansible, Hyperledger Fabric native binaries on multiple Softlayer vms. A build your second network example. Oct 12, 2018 2 Nov 1, 2018
umbra This lab is to make running Hyperledger distributed ledgers under the Shadow simulator possible. It began as a research internship during the summer of 2018 and seeks to provide a tool for doing research on consensus algorithms, smart contracts, scaling and other blockchain related research topics. Nov 1, 2018 0 Nov 1, 2018
solidity2chaincode This tool converts Solidity contract into Javascript chaincode through source-to-source translation for running them onto Hyperledger Fabric. Nov 12, 2018 2 Nov 20, 2018
fabric-multi-channel-network-samples This lab provides samples for multi channel network using Hyperledger Fabric. Nov 26, 2018 1 Nov 28, 2018
cordentity The Cordentity app integrates Hyperledger Indy capabilities into the opensource Corda platform. Nov 27, 2018 2 Dec 3, 2018

Existing Labs

Lab Name Description Created Total PRs merged PRs merged (last report) Last Commit
private-data-objects The Private Data Objects lab provides technology for confidentiality-preserving, off-chain smart contracts. Mar 2, 2018 72 13 Nov 10, 2018
SParts The Software Parts (SParts) lab delivers a Sawtooth-based ledger that provides both accountability and access to the open source components used in the construction of a software part. A software part is any software component (e.g., library, application, container or an entire operating system runtime) that is comprised of between 0% and 100% open source. Mar 12, 2018 35 0 Nov 9, 2018
crypto-lib A lab for experimentation on creating shared cryptography modules for cross-project collaboration. Mar 29, 2018 13 1 Nov 5, 2018
labs/2018-q4-update.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/05 10:04 by Bas van Oostveen